Sarah Sparkes

at Sartorial Contemporary Art
101a Kensington Church Street
London W8 7LN (Notting Hill tube, exit D)
+44 (0)207 792 5882

29 February to 8 March

100 esteemed artists have painted a portrait of their Mother.

Contributors include: Hugh Mendes, Jamie Dyson, Katie Jones, Jessica Voorsanger, Flo Perry, Anj Smith
Gavin Toye, Kes Richardson, Daisy De Villeneuve, Geraldine Swayne, Guy Allot, Dinos Chapman, Chantal Joffe, Vic Reeves, Grayson Perry, Adam Dant, George Shaw, John Strutton, Richard Wathen, Beverley Daniels, David Shrigley, Peter Harris, Bob & Roberta Smith, Nicola Hicks, Sean O'Connor, Billy Childish, Olivia Plender, Chris Tosic, Lucy Pawlak, Marcus Cope, Michelle Sarah England, Sarah Sparkes, Chris Coombes, Kyle Hawkins, Phil Jones, Neil Innes, Sandra Turnbull, Adrian R. Shaw, Catrin Huber, Helen Barff, Mari Sunna, Martin Dukes, Alex Hamilton, August Kunapu, Lee Maelzer, Helen Barff, Eva Bensasson, Josie McCoy, Kay Harwood, Edith Flowers, Cian Quayle, Julian Wakeling, Ed Ward, Mat Humphrey, Jasper Joffe, Frances Scott, Francesca Sharkey, Isaac Quaye, Rowland Smith, Caroline List, Matthew Stradling, Sam Hallows, Mimei Thompson, Dan Kennedy-Martin, Gordon Beswick

The gallery will be open from 1.30pm till 6.30pm on the following days:
Friday 29th February, Saturday 1st March, Sunday 2nd March, Tuesday 4th March, Wednesday 5th March, Thursday 6th of March, Friday 7th of March and finally Saturday the 8th of March.
The Mothers collection was put together by Harry Pye and made possible with help from Mat Humphrey, Matilda Pye, Jasper Joffe, Ed Ward, Emma Ridgway, Elizabeth Haarala.
The collection will only be sold as a whole with all proceeds going to charity.
“I love my mother and my mother loves me”
Benjamin Zephaniah